Did you think our law was based on innocent until proven guilty? Not any more. At least, not if the accuser is an American corporate. In NZ, we have the Megaupload saga, where people have been imprisoned, assets and funds seized and business wrecked, all before anyone is found guilty of anything. And in USA, JotForm.com was taken offline, shutdown without warning or reason. http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2012/02/jotform-domain-seizure/ JotForm is now back on line, but it and its customers must have suffered much inconvenience and loss with this little exercise. It certainly will have advantaged JotForm's competitors. In the UK, RnBXclusive.com has been taken down, and visitors to the site warned that they could face up to 10 years imprisonment. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-17039722 This appears to be developing as a way of wiping out potential commercial competition. Just accuse them of copyright infringement, and get some over enthusiastic (but ignorant) government department to take your competition out. It doesn't matter whether they have actually done anything wrong. http://www.techdirt.com/articles/20111208/08225217010/ This is getting out of hand. The bad guys need to be stopped, but the law must follow the "innocent until proven guilty" principle.